Why the Colorado Attack WASN’T About Planned Parenthood
We’ll give many verbalists on the issues the benefit of the doubt: Planned Parenthood has, in fact, been on the news for awhile, what with the sales of baby body parts. So it’s easy to highlight the focus squarely on the jaw when tragedies, like what happened in Colorado, face our nation.
Terrorism. And in a Way, This May Even Be Worse Than ISIS From Our Standpoint
When it really happens on our soil, inflicted by those who supposedly belong here and have paid their dues in at least some respect as Americans (alias: domestic terrorists), we’d say that may be even more of a tragedy than the “threat” of ISIS. A sort of civil war on issues, if you will.
This country doesn’t need that. Not at all. But we want to make this important point about Planned Parenthood and the Colorado attack:
Take Note: That Gunman Wasn’t Actually Targeting Planned Parenthood!
Robert Dear is a strange fellow. Enigmatic, even. While it was stated faintly in a recent interview that Mr. Dear didn’t want any more “baby parts,” suggesting his violent tirade centered around the controversy that is Planned Parenthood, the fact is this may have only either been the straw that broke the camel’s back, or the rod that snapped the camel’s backside and sent the beast on a rampage.
In other words, Dear was a very troubled soul, and the consensus remains that such issues — whether it’s gay marriage, or ISIS, or baby parts, Planned Parenthood, President Obama, Chicago police, college student protesting, Donald Trump and his Twitter rants, or other such hype — the constant talk, buzz and banter about almost needless topics can breed the worst of terrorism in the weakest of people.
Why are we sure of this? The attack wasn’t just on one business or organization. It was on several other businesses as well, following the initial attack.
We Say Without a Doubt: This Isn’t About Planned Parenthood
This is about the mentality of a man who lost his resolve to function as a normal human being. And in return, several good citizens needlessly lost their lives.
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